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  1. It’s always fun to hear conspiracy theories, if you will, about hidden meanings, letters, etc. in a logo. Like the Eagles’ logo supposedly featuring an “E,” since it was not actually the intention of the design but rather a coincidence someone noticed after the fact. I guess the bottom of the “N” in “NY” symbolizes a plane’s tail, too...
  2. They should leave it up year-round since Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s other tenant doesn’t have a banner to display.
  3. Time of day, straight sunlight vs overcast skies, colors in the background/of the opposing team, angle of the cameras and camera settings are among the many different factors that would contribute to the same jersey looking two different colors.
  4. It only seems that way because nobody knows what ‘5 for the Fight’ is. There are a lot of advertisements that makes sense and aren’t particularly intrusive, including — by not limited to — Memphis (FedEx) and Orlando (Disney). I think Cleveland’s Goodyear patch is aesthetically pleasing, too, and should one day lead to the Cavaliers wearing an Akron Wingfoots jersey. There are certainly some cases where the advertisement feel out of place, but I’m generally okay with it if they match the team’s color pallete and/or promote/advertise for a local-owned business.
  5. I'll never forget when both the football and basketball programs wore "The State University of New York at Buffalo" across their chest. Back on topic, the Love's patch doesn't look bad with the Icon and Association uniforms because of the yellow trim. Looks out of place on the Statement, City and Earned sets, though, which is unfortunate since those are OKC's best-looking uniforms.
  6. That was honestly my first thought.
  7. I think it happened more than we’re aware of under adidas, but it became extra notable/newsworthy because of the switch to Nike (and the extra hoopla that surrounded their takeover).
  8. I appreciate that they’ve been getting the templates right, though. They’ve previously used a standard template across every team for the player of the game posts.
  9. I personally think the ‘90s look is superior, but I added a few ‘80s concepts to my site to appease those who feel otherwise. Thoughts?
  10. Bell in a uniform he’ll never wear:
  11. That’s a good start, though I think both the white and light blue sets need more orange (preferably in the piping/design on the back). Not sure about the angled Thunder wordmark, either. Maybe if it was straight across like the OKC wordmark.
  12. I would love a Thunder set based around their Statement and Earned edition uniforms. Give me a white and a blue jersey with a big OKC across the front and I’d be thrilled. But I agree with the overall sentiment of the posters above. They seemed rather bland initially (especially paired with the logo), but all of it has grown on me over time. The contrasting accessories have really made the set pop recently, too. I think they’re just a few tweaks away from being really good-looking uniforms. I’d remove yellow from the collar, armholes and stripes (making the uniforms exclusively navy, light blue and orange) and give the Icon set a new wordmark, preferably similar to North Carolina’s (Oklahoma 13 City rather than Oklahoma City 13). The former would simplify the uniforms a bit and the latter would fix one of the main complaints from their introduction.
  13. Yeah, the Tortugas are great. Essentially remove black from the early-2000s jerseys, make light blue more prominent and lighten up the green. The Rays are interesting, though. I didn’t like the green set at the time, and initially thought the switch to navy and light blue was great. It was probably a mix of light blue being my favorite color and the success the team had right after the change. But the further we’re removed from it, I find myself wanting the green to return in some way.
  14. I’m only half kidding, but Norwalk should update its logo to Bob Motz’s truck shooting out flames and burning down the Night Under Fire billboard.
  15. Hear me out... the Rays with Tulane’s color scheme. A blend of the above-mentioned green era and the current light blue.